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Is located two blocks away from our hostel in Lima-Barranco. Check these facts that you probably didn’t know about: 1. It was built in 1876 because they needed to together two streets: Ayacucho and Ermita. At that time it was brook under it so it was kinda necessary. 2. It was re-build a couple of…

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Hey! I’m are not saying this could be you… But just in case, check it out: 1. CHECK YOUR PASSPORT – Valid at least 6 months and with blank pages for visa stamps. Plus: Protect it against humidity Your passport is literally your LIFE when you’re traveling abroad. The best thing you can do is…

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Points not to Miss October 16, 2017

A short review about The Point Lima by Lorna Hutchman: www.walruscreativeportfolio.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/points-not-to-miss/

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24 hours in Barranco October 2, 2017

The Barranco district is the thinking traveller’s beach destination. Once, a seaside playground to Lima’s rich and famous, as the city expanded they vacated their beautiful colonial mansions for artists, poets and bohemians to move in. This cocktail of culture and architecture gives Barranco a palpable aura of cool. But don’t write Barranco off us…

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The Inti Raymi is a festival that celebrates the Sun god of the Incas, today it is recreated on June 24 of each year as the most solemn and grandiose festival of the disappeared Inca Empire. The Inti Raymi is celebrated from the time of the Incas during the winter solstice to worship the Sun…

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Northern Beaches May 31, 2017

Peru might not be as famous for its beaches as say Brazil or Colombia, but that does not mean there are no excellent beaches in Peru. In fact the exact opposite seems to be the case, especially in the northern region of Peru, where there is an outstanding selection of beaches, offering great sunbathing, surfing-and…

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If you want to see a country and its sights at their best you should do a little planning before you go so you can make an itinerary, pack and budget for the best Peruvian holiday you can have. Hike to ancient Incan ruins, wander down ancient cobblestone streets in Cuzco, enjoy surfing and sunny…

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Ayahuasca (Quechua) is a brew prepared with plants (Ayahuasca – Banisteriopsis caapi and Chacruna – Psychotria Viridis). Meditation is an integral part of the ceremonial process and an essential part of the Ayahuasca ritual when you combine self-awareness and attention, the power of nature with the assistance of plant wisdom can facilitate greater mental and…

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Semana Santa means take off Lima and go as far as you can. So if you are looking for a place to escape to and have fun, here you got it! A little paradise – Mancora! Some places simply scream holiday, and Mancora is easily at the top of the list. Mancora is a town…

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Barranco is full of traditions and history, with fine streets and small colonial squares, where one can still sense the Antique spirit of Lima. During the day, Barranco is quiet place, full of romantic sidewalks. The traditional wooden Bridge of Sighs built over a gully in the middle of leafy trees, represents a traditional stroll…

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